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David Rees AM congratulates students on excellent A-Level results

I would like to congratulate all students across Aberavon who are collecting their A-Level and A/S level results today. You can all be really proud of yourselves today. These results are the culmination of their hard work and they deserve this success. It goes to show the talent, enthusiasm and dedication of the young people

Did you know September sees the end of letting agent fees in Wales?

Aberavon AM, David Rees, is reminding residents that the ban on letting agent fees comes into force in September. Thanks to a law introduced by the Welsh Labour Government, from September tenants cannot be charged for such things as an accompanied viewing, receiving an inventory, signing a contract, or renewing a tenancy. Letting agents and

You could be eligible to receive up to £200 to buy school uniform

Local Aberavon AM, David Rees, is reminding parents and carers that they could be eligible to receive up to £200 to buy school uniform, equipment, sports kit and kit for activities outside of school for your child. The Aberavon Assembly Member is urging parents and carers to contact Neath Port Talbot County Borough Council to

Aberavon AM David Rees talks Environment with Tata Steel.

Yesterday David Rees, Assembly Member for Aberavon, welcomed the Minster for the Environment, Energy and Rural Affairs, Lesley Griffiths AM, to Port Talbot where they met with Tata Steel UK to discuss Environmental issues and the plans that Tata have to make improvements to their environmental footprint.   Following a significant increase in complaints to